Since its incorporation, the City of Doral has earned a reputation as not only one of Florida’s best places to live, work, play, and learn – but it is also known as of the best run municipalities.
So it comes as no surprise that city manager, Edward A. Rojas, has been tapped to serve as 2017-2018 President of the Miami-Dade City and County Management Association (MDCCMA). The MDCCMA represents 32 municipalities who regularly meet to network and share best practices.
Rojas came to the City of Doral with more than 20 years of managerial and supervisory experience, including 11 years serving in a diverse range of local government positions, serving as building official/director, building chief, and public servant. His significant roles in government administration earned him a reputation as an advocate for ethics and team work.
“My goal is to always uphold the ethical standards of this great city, respecting the democratic process and faithfully implementing the policies of the mayor and city council while ensuring efficient and effective delivery of city services to our residents,” said Rojas.
The Dade City/County Management Association (DCCMA) was established in 1965 to bring together local government professional administrators to stimulate the highest standards of public service and administration and to promote good fellowship and closer intergovernmental relationships.
For more information regarding the MDCMMA, please visit http://www.mdccma.org/.